No Cough your Way to Fitness in this edition - I left it at home. But otherwise, in this programme: The elections - what for? The secret to long marriage; the Moroccan exodus - Painted Lady Butterflies invade our shores; the Air France plane crash - what happened? David Hughes talks to Cocker Freeman about the Maldon Art Centre; Water Music in Burnham; Darwin and the Beagle and the River Roach; half a million pounds of research concludes people don't like late trains; Chuck Norris, 2D crimefighter; new initiative to make children do their homework; emptying fridges is bad for your nose, shock; feeding pigs is bad for your ears, shock; Maria Carey's Rider; is it the end for writers? The Purple Programme, presented by Nick Skeens, Cocker Freeman and Laurence Porter, is a topical radio show that takes a wry look at international, national and local affairs. It's broadcast live every Thursday between 11am and 1pm GMT (UT) to south east Essex on Saint FM 94.7 (a community radio station) and across the world on www.saintfm.org.uk from studios in Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex.
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